Migration Assessment Rubric

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Where we are in time and place

Throughout history people have settled in new locations with wide-ranging effects

A chapter book story (based on fact) depicting a person or group of people migrating and resettling in a new location.

Criteria SA    TA

  • Causation

Story contained:

4: a thorough explanation of reasons for relocating

3: some explanation of reasons for relocating

2: a limited explanation of reasons for relocating

1: no explanation of reasons for relocating

  • Change

Story included:

4: many changes that needed to be made when relocating (5+)

3: some changes that needed to be made when relocating (3-4)

2: a limited number of changes that needed to be made when relocating (1-2)

1: nothing about changes that needed to be made when relocating

  • Perspective

Story conveyed:

4: the effect of the migration from many different perspectives (5+)

3: the effect of the migration from some different perspectives (2-4)

2: the effect of the migration from one perspective

1: no perspectives about the effect of the migration

  • Writing Skills

Writing displayed:

4: outstanding word choice, sentence fluency and organisation of ideas

3: good word choice, sentence fluency and organisation of ideas

2:  satisfactory word choice, sentence fluency and organisation of ideas

1: limited word choice, sentence fluency and organisation of ideas

  • Writing Process

Writing followed:

4: an in-depth and independent process of planning, drafting, editing and publishing

3: an independent process of planning, drafting, editing and publishing

2: a partly teacher supported process to plan, draft, edit and publish

1: a teacher supported process to plan, draft, edit and publish

SA = Student Assessment

TA= Teacher Assessment

Where we are in time and place

Throughout history people have settled in new locations with wide-ranging effects

  • the reasons that individuals and groups of people move from place to place
  • effects of migration on communities, cultures and individuals
  • migration throughout the history of China

Insert 2 photos showing your connection with the unit

Picture 1: Picture 2:

Reflect upon your understanding of the central idea and lines of inquiry.

(Use ideas from guest speakers, field trip, interviews, reading and research to support your reflection.)

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